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Gaza is bombarded by missiles from Israel

Palestine and the Zionist Problem

WARNING This article contains graphic images and text which some readers may find disturbing or offensive. “Open spaces on rooftops and beaches can quickly turn deadly. Children have had to develop survival skills that no child should need. They are witnessing things they will never forget: missiles and artillery attacks, the destruction of their homes … Continue reading

Libyans hold a candle-light vigil for Ambassador Chris Stevens

There is No US Embassy/Consulate/Mission in Benghazi, Libya.

There is no US consulate/embassy/mission in Benghazi. –> (we can even wayback this and it is not listed) –> There are also many other links which confirm no such consulate or embassy ever existed. There is a US Embassy in Tripoli …. but that’s over 600 kilometres away from Benghazi. But how can … Continue reading

Assange placards at the Ecuador Embassy in London

Julian Assange Granted Asylum by Ecuador

Assange Wins Asylum Source: August 16, 2012 – 11:50PM (AEST) ECUADOR has sparked a major diplomatic standoff, granting political asylum to Julian Assange and in the process slamming the British government for threatening to shut down the London embassy where the WikiLeaks founder has been holed up for the past two months. The Ecuador … Continue reading


Australian Constitution & Govt Illegitimate?

Heres an interesting history lesson about Australia. Most believe the Australian Constitution became law on 1 Jan 1901 (The Federation) … but in fact it was not until 1942 with the introduction of the Statute of Westminster Adoption Act 1942 that we “legally” became a nation independent of the British Imperial Parliament. This meant citizens … Continue reading

Pine Gap

Pine Gap & Waihopai – The Southern Echelon

Pine Gap – Australia Pine Gap is a satellite tracking station located near Alice Springs in Central Australia. It hosts the largest CIA facility outside America. In the late 1960s, the then prime minister, Harold Holt, entered into an agreement with the Americans that led to the establishment of Pine Gap. Holt disappeared in December … Continue reading


Horns of the Apocalypse – Strange Sounds Around the World

Fascinating video. At first I thought “OMG its 40 mins long!” but once I started watching, I was hooked. Awesome compilation.The sounds are very creepy and surprisingly loud. Kinda reminds me of a pipe organ.  I noticed in nearly every video, when the sound would start, the video or people standing around would instinctively look … Continue reading


“Sovereignty Never Ceded” – Pacific Islander Protection Act 1875

First a little background to my experience. I have been reading legal acts, policies, papers, contracts, and court transcripts for more than 15 years now. I am not a lawyer, or para-legal of any type, but I believe I have extensive self-training in interpretations and definitions regarding law. I have self-represented on several occasions (both … Continue reading

Nosey Neighbours

This is probably going to be the most boring post ever made on my blog and of little interest to many, but it seems our neighbours want us naked in front of the whole world so here we are.  This is a public declaration of the inside of our house as of Sunday November 2nd 2008 … Continue reading

Larrikin cashing in on Kookaburra from Down Under?

Sunday Herald SunMen at Work sued over Down UnderWritten by Nui Te Koha and Sue Hewitt October 12, 2008 12:00am TWO of Australia’s most loved anthems are locked in a courtroom showdown. Publishing company Larrikin Music claims Men At Work’s global hit Down Under rips off the popular children’s song, Kookaburra. "This is a battle … Continue reading


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